Cameron Green IPL threat ahead of T20 World Cup, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, video

Cameron Green’s sudden emergence as a three-format player will create plenty of headaches for Cricket Australia over the coming 18 months, with the young all-rounder’s workload set to be pushed to its absolute limit. Before last week’s T20I series against India in the sub-continent, Green boasted a modest record in the 20-over format, failing to … Read more

New South Wales vs Victoria, bad light, duckworth-lewis win, Peter Handscomb complain, Kurtis Patterson, umpires call off game

Fox Cricket’s commentators have been left stunned after Victoria snatched victory with a final ball six over NSW before umpires called the game off due to bad light. Victoria’s captain, Peter Handscomb pleaded with umpires at the end of the 28th over to remain on the field in an attempt to try and reach the … Read more

Ex-Sunrise star Sam Armytage is set to promote Sydney spring racing

Sam Armytage’s new role at Seven: Ex-Sunrise host, 46, is parachuted into a plum racing job in order to steal the spotlight from Ten’s Melbourne Cup By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:49 EDT, 18 September 2022 | Updated: 21:49 EDT, 18 September 2022 Samantha Armytage will be used to heavily promote Sydney’s … Read more

Royal Sydney knocks back 2023 event, schedule, venue, Australian Open

One of Australia’s top golf courses, Royal Sydney, reportedly rejected the opportunity to host a LIV Golf tournament in 2023. LIV chief Greg Norman toldfoxsports.com.au last month that he had a team in Australia inspecting several venues that could host a tournament as part of the Saudi-backed league’s expanded 2023 schedule. Now the Sydney Morning … Read more

Queen Elizabeth II death: Australians look back at assassination attempt outside Sydney in 1970

How Queen Elizabeth survived an assassination more than 50 years ago in Australia when a gang tried to derail her royal train Queen Elizabeth II was almost killed in an assassination attempt 50 years ago The Queen and Prince Philip were travelling from Sydney to Orange on train Halfway through the journey they were narrowly … Read more

Sydney man shares horrific injuries from gay hate crime in Oxford St, Darlinghurst

Gay artist reveals his horror injuries after being viciously attacked by five men in a suspected ‘hate crime’ GRAPHIC WARNING: Artist shares injuries from sickening attack two months ago Aaron bravely broke his silence about the physical, emotional and financial toll Says he was the victim of hate crime and has been left with $10,000 … Read more

Jimmy Jan returns to Perisher to ski after breaking his back: Inspiring TikTok star

A 22-year-old medical student who was left paralysed for life after a horror skiing accident in 2021 has returned to the slopes a year on.  Jimmy Jan, from Newcastle, New South Wales, has won millions of followers on TikTok for his optimistic attitude while documenting his rehabilitation and life in a wheelchair.  He broke his … Read more

Why gangster mum Lametta Fadlallah ‘talked to the cops’ despite knowing she would be a marked woman

A ‘fiercely loyal’ gangster mum who was gunned down on her way to an engagement party ‘talked to the cops’ to protect a loved one – despite knowing she would likely pay for it with her life.  Lametta Fadlallah was not the type of woman to ‘snitch’, but would do anything in her power to … Read more

Family lost in Australian outback is spotted by helicopter

The incredible moment a family who vanished in the outback is FOUND alive after a helicopter spots their car 50km off the road Queensland family went missing in NSW outback during long-distance road trip Google Maps threw them off course and they were stranded in the desert Darian Aspinall was travelling with her two children … Read more

The Everest began an exciting era of big prizemoney races and extended carnival in Sydney

“I think overall the landscape of Australian racing has changed, there is a little bit less tradition.’’ There is more than just an element of truth to this thought-provoking comment from Hall of Fame trainer Chris Waller. Tradition will always have a place in racing. The bedrock of the sport is built on the historical … Read more